The Many Sins of Lord Cameron

The Many Sins of Lord Cameron

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Ainsley Douglas, on a mission to retrieve letters that could prove embarrassing to the queen from the duke of Kilmorgan, is caught sneaking around the bedchamber of the duke's brother Cameron Mackenzie, and still remembering the shattering kiss they shared six years earlier, Cam sets out to seduce the lovely Ainsley who is now a widow and thus fair game.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Sensation, 2011.
Edition: Berkley Sensation mass-market ed.
ISBN: 9780425240496
Characteristics: 311 p. ; 18 cm.


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RandomLibrarian Aug 31, 2019

Review excerpt: "What I loved about this book was the characters and the failings they demonstrate. Cameron is a deeply flawed hero. He isn’t a particularly great father, he suffers from the traumatic experiences of his past and he allows them to rule his present. However, he loves his family – and Ainsley – deeply and without reservation. He can recognize that he places his horses before humans and he makes no apologies for this, yet he’s genuinely hurt when Ainsley has to return to the Queen."

Nov 04, 2012

Tis is actually the third book, The Scandelous Marriage if Lady Isobelle is #2. So far this one and the first one are my faves, the second one (Mac's story) was a bit exhausting. Hart's story is #4

booklady1 Jul 20, 2012

third book in one of the best historical romance series.. love it. don't miss the first book the madness of Ian Mackenzie. well written with complex characters and suspenseful plot and hot! steamy sex.

nita126 Jan 12, 2012

love this seris .when are they bringing out the one about the duke


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